by Jonathan Tarleton • September 21st, 2015
The title of Landing Studio‘s exhibition opening this week at City College’s Spitzer School of Architecture comes from the seemingly...
by Susanne Schindler • April 1st, 2015
As plans to redevelop a once-lauded residential complex come to light, Susanne Schindler questions the lack of cultural recognition for the city's diverse and innovative history of housing design and argues for architectural and financial preservation of our affordable housing stock.
by Urban Omnibus • June 4th, 2014
Brian Loughlin, the chief architect for the Jersey City Housing Authority, takes us on a tour of recent renovations and rehabilitations, demonstrating the architectural innovation and policy acumen required to navigate federal housing programs and create sound homes and neighborhoods.
by Urban Omnibus • January 29th, 2014
Damon Rich shares how the design and programming of Newark's Riverfront Park honors decades of local struggles around equity and identity.
by Mariel Villeré • November 4th, 2013
New York has hosted its fair share of “city” programs within the past few weeks, including TEDCity 2.0, the Creative...